The barbell scars behind the back, like their classic version, primarily affect the muscles of the upper back and neck. Their regular implementation develops primarily the trapezium, as well as, but to a lesser extent, the rhomboid and scapula-raising muscles and forearms.
The amplitude of movement in this version of the scars is less than in the traditional one, which means that the muscles during execution are reduced less. But the implementation of scars with a barbell on the back is much more effective for improving posture. In addition, they prevent the appearance of “round” shoulders (when the shoulders do not stand out against the back). Continue reading
French bench press exercise to increase the volume and strength of the triceps. The exercise affects all three triceps bundles, and especially the upper and long bundles, which visually increases the volume of the arm when viewed from the side.
In comparison with such a popular exercise for triceps, as the extension of the block down, we note the greater effectiveness of the French bench press. The reason for this is the fact that the triceps starts working from a stretched position, which means the impact of the exercise will be more complete and deep Continue reading
T-barbell is considered one of the basic exercises in bodybuilding and fitness to develop back muscles with an emphasis on its middle part. In addition to the mass-set effect, the obvious advantages of the exercise include its minimal traumatic risk, provided it is performed in a special inclined simulator, and the possibility of effectively working out the back in order to improve the relief and a clear separation of the back muscles among themselves.
To improve the performance of T-bars, gymnasts, swimmers, judo wrestlers and wrestlers are recommended to perform.
Technique of performance of the T-rod Continue reading